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Topic: Mac OS X Server

Mountain Lion updates for OS X Server, Xcode, Remote Desktop hit Mac App Store

07/25/2012, 11:07 am

Along with Wednesday's release of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, Apple released Mountain Lion Server as a $19.99 upgrade on the Mac App Store, while Xcode 4.4 was also provided to developers, and Apple Remote Desktop also received an update.


Xserve users report performance issues after Apple's Mac OS X 10.6.8 update

06/28/2011, 08:06 am

Though Mac OS X 10.6.8 brought a number of fixes and enhancements to Snow Leopard, owners of Apple's now-discontinued Xserve hardware have reported performance issues from the software update.


Apple offers new Mac Pro Server configuration to replace Xserve

11/05/2010, 09:11 am

Apple on Friday added a new server option to its Mac Pro lineup Friday, with a $2,999 system that is designed to replace the Xserve hardware which will be discontinued in early 2011.


Apple to discontinue Xserve after Jan. 31, 2011

11/05/2010, 07:11 am

Apple this week announced the discontinuation of Xserve, revealing it will support but no longer offer its rackmounted servers after Jan. 31, 2011.


First look: Apple's new unibody Mac mini

06/18/2010, 04:06 pm

Apple's new aluminum unibody Mac mini retains its role as the company's low price, compact PC and server while adding HDMI output and support for Secure Digital Extended Capacity flash memory cards with higher speeds and capacities (more than 32GB).


Apple's new Mac mini, server surprise with strong sales start

01/08/2010, 02:01 pm

While Apple's new iMac got all of the desktop-related attention when new hardware was announced in October, the new Mac mini and its debut Server companion have found early success.


Snow Leopard Golden Master seeded to Apple developer community

08/12/2009, 09:08 pm

Apple has supplied its broad developer community the presumed Golden Master build for Snow Leopard, going beyond the select group who previously had sole access, numerous sources tell AppleInsider.


Apple releases DNS security update for Mac OS X

08/12/2009, 04:08 pm

A new update from Apple for numerous versions of Mac OS X is designed to protect systems against remote attacks that could cause DNS servers to unexpectedly terminate.


Snow Leopard Server to ramp up scalability and performance

02/13/2009, 09:02 am

Building upon Mac OS X Snow Leopard's aim to improve overall performance for Mac desktop users, Snow Leopard Server will similarly seek to improve scalability and reliability for Mac server users. That is particularly evident in improvements to its email and directory services.


Apple previews Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server

06/10/2008, 11:06 am

Apple at its annual developers conference Monday revealed that Snow Leopard Server, the next generation of Mac OS X Server, will deliver new core software technologies and services designed to better connect businesses, unleash the power of modern hardware, and lay the foundation for a new wave of innovations over the next several years.


Nearly 100 fixes planned for Apple's second Leopard update

01/21/2008, 02:01 pm

Apple Inc. is in the latter development stages of what could possibly be its most significant 'dot release' of Mac OS X ever.


Parallels aims to virtualize Leopard Server and help sell Xserves

01/17/2008, 06:01 pm

Parallels, maker of the popular Parallels Workstation software that enables Intel Mac users to run Windows or Linux within a virtualized environment, introduced its new Parallels Server. The new product, intended to enter beta in the next couple months, is designed to virtualize and manage multiple server operating systems on any Intel-compatible hardware.


Apple unveils most powerful Xserve ever

01/08/2008, 09:01 am

Alongside new Mac Pros, Apple on Tuesday also introduced the new Xserve, a 1U rack-optimized server that the company claims is up to twice as fast as its predecessor and includes an unlimited client license for Mac OS X Server Leopard.